Organization, Communication, and Logistics

High school students and mentors work on an FRC robot at the Hawaii Regional Tournament.

There's a lot more to competitive robotics than just building robots.

Competitive robotics is a sport, and as with any other sport, it takes a lot of work to order needed materials and uniforms, arrange practice times and places, and manage team travel. Teams need mentors to keep track of paperwork, get messages out, chaperone trips, speak to potential sponsors and community groups, take photos and video...the list goes on and on. KRA is constantly looking for people who can help our teams with this work.

This is a great opportunity to help our kids learn and grow, and to be a part of something fun and important, whether or not you know anything at all about robots. To find out more, contact us.